Thank Heaven for Laughter: The Life and Times of a Rio Grande Valley Girl

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 160 pages

Laughter is such a wonderful gift. We should spend more time enjoying it. This book is an accounting of a few of the many memorable and amusing (hopefully) events in my life. I have been in extraordinarily high and low places, and have laughed all the way home. I hope you will travel with me to high society debutante balls in Dallas and to dirt roads on mountaintops in Mexico. I hope you will smile at the hunting and fishing episodes and laugh out loud on more than one occasion. If you are grinning just a little bit by the end of the book, I will have accomplished my goal.

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About the author (2005)

Camille Johnston Jones was raised in Mercedes, Texas, a small rural community in deep South Texas, during the 1940''s and 1950''s. She received her B.A.Degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas in 1963 and moved with her husband, Forrest L.(Champ) Jones, to Donna, Texas in 1965. After a short teaching career, she devoted her time and energies to raising their three sons, Michael, Matthew and Mitchell. She thoroughly enjoyed the small-town life and was very active in church and community activities. At the tender age of 43, she returned to the workforce and became the office manager in her husband''s law firm.

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